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# Fast track

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GAA set to advance their plans for return to play after Government announcement
A review of the GAA’s plans will take place over the weekend.
Scotland boss Townsend hopes for more summer rugby from streamlined season
The head coach is behind the prospect overhauling Test windows.
Green light given by planners for 685 new homes for Shankill in south Dublin
The 685 unit proposal includes a childcare facility and the relocation of two holes at Woodbrook golf course.
'I was only expecting to get maybe one cap this year but I'm delighted'
19-year-old openside flanker Scott Penny has already made four senior starts for Leinster.
Ciara Mageean sets new indoor record on way to 1500m win
The Co. Down woman smashed her previous best by almost two seconds.
Comerford claims brilliant 200m bronze for Ireland in Berlin
The 20-year-old clocked 26.76 seconds to put herself on the podium.
'I gave him a look to make sure he knew I was there': Leon Reid powers into European 200m final
The Menapians club man clocked 20.38 seconds in his semi-final and is capable of going faster in tomorrow’s final.
Phil Healy breaks 23-second barrier to set new Irish 200 metre record
Healy’s time of 22.99 eclipses the 17-year-old record set by Sarah Reilly.
Eddie Jones: 'It took NZ 8 years to learn to fix things on the field, we’re trying to do it in 4'
The England head coach says ‘everything is more difficult’ for England.
Don't want to wait for Windows 10 to arrive? Here's how to speed up the process
If you’re getting impatient, you can get it sooner rather than later.
Peter O'Mahony confirmed as Ireland captain for summer tour
The news follows Rory Best’s addition to the British and Irish Lions squad.
The technology sector is open for business, but there's a shortage of suitable candidates
A survey of 38 major tech companies estimates there’s 4,500 job vacancies in the ICT sector, but there is a major skills shortage.
Senator Mary White denies passport office outburst
The Fianna Fáil senator reportedly told a member of the security staff that he was “lucky to have a job” after an incident at the Dublin office.